laird


Also found in: Dictionary, Wikipedia.
Graphic Thesaurus  🔍
Display ON
Animation ON
Legend
Synonym
Antonym
Related
  • noun

Words related to laird

References in periodicals archive ?
Laird and his work for plaintiffs in cases involving trucking and motor vehicle accidents, personal injuries and wrongful death, construction accidents, defective products, oil and gas field injuries and business litigation, click here: http://www.
Laird thought the tweets were funny at first then saw messages calling him a "filthy old beast" and a "known paedophile".
The Minister met with Laird leadership there discussing operations and growth plans across various industries including mobile devices, telecoms, and computer/ gaming.
I'm delighted Kyle has joined us," said Lairds boss Paul McNally.
From the wooden vessels of the 19th century to the present day, Cammell Laird has made its mark in history.
Bradford Crown Court heard yesterday how Martin Laird, 27, had gone to the house in Flockton looking for his sister's former boyfriend.
Less than three weeks after bomb disposal expert Olaf "Oz" Schmid died aged 30 in Afghanistan, Corporal Brown made sure sixyear-old Laird got the military-themed birthday he had hoped for.
Andy Laird has a dead man's bone in his neck, but he says he has never felt more alive.
With Honor: Melvin Laird in War, Peace, and Politics.
FORMER local council boss Christine Laird would never have got the job if she had disclosed her history of depressive illness, the High Court heard yesterday.
And Christine Laird's concerns about leaks and breaches of confidentiality were "understandable", said solicitor and former executive Patrick Brady, who advised Cheltenham Borough Council during its bitter row with Mrs Laird over her fitness to do the job.
Ryan Laird, 16, and a friend who has not been caught, broke into the Stirling nursery at night.
A mind of her own; Helen Connor Laird and family, 1888-1982.
Electronics firm Laird - which has just announced strong 2004 full year results - insists its ongoing repositioning to higher growth markets had paid off.